Bahra Cables to launch automated warehousing facility

Bahra Cables to launch automated warehousing facility
Updated 23 May 2012

Bahra Cables to launch automated warehousing facility

Bahra Cables to launch automated warehousing facility

Within its general strategy to keep abreast of latest global business development, Bahra Cables Co. Ltd., a CPC affiliated company, is getting ready to open a new automated storage facility uses latest technologies in the areas of storage and products classifications.
The new warehouse built on an area of 10,000 square meters, and can accommodate more than 19,000 pallets, in addition to 2,500 pallets in an air-conditioned and temperature controlled, according to product type, storage area.
The warehouse, as well, has an area of one thousand square meters for storing spare parts for machinery and equipment used in the company’s production operations, along with an open area to store more than 5,000 of produced cable Drums.
Talal Idriss, chief executive officer of Bahra Cables Co. Ltd., said the new storage system was supplied by the Italian company (SPAN) and uses the latest wireless signal technology for convenient and quick in-and- out automatic service.
The first stage of the new storage will be opened at the beginning of June, while the second stage will be opened by the end of 2012 G.
The state-of the-art warehouse and technology will enable to company to implement its production plans to meet its obligations to its customers, through using the maximum possible area of the warehouse, ensuring that first products go in are first to go out, in addition to reducing the coding number of products and thus provide quick access to the required product.
Moreover, as forklifts will not pass between shelves, as in regular systems, the number of the likelihood of accidents will be reduced dramatically; this is an addition to using strong and rigid shelves.
Bahra Cables, produces high, medium and low voltage cables which are fire resistant and do not emit smoke or toxic and suffocating gases in case of electric circuit shortage.